Holcomb's announcement is set for 10:00 a.m. Wednesday.
Governor Holcomb's office says he will make a "significant treatment expansion announcement" involving the state's drug epidemic. The governor will make the announcement Wednesday morning at Valle Vista Health System in Greenwood.
Indiana Executive Director for Drug Prevention, Treatment and Enforcement Jim McClelland and Indiana Family and Social Services Administration Secretary Jennifer Walthall will join Holcomb for the 10:00 a.m. announcement.
Indiana State Health Commissioner Jerome Adams, who President Trump recently nominated to be the next United States Surgeon General, recently spoke with Inside INdiana Business Television about Naloxone, a lifesaving medication that can reverse opioid overdoses which is available without a prescription.
By Tom Hart Indianapolis Region Operations Vice President, Messer Construction
The future economy will be driven by data, powered by robotics and heavily invested in the building blocks of nature – biotech and genetic engineering. That’s true of the economy nationwide, and it’s especially true here in Indianapolis, where dominant pharmaceutical and biotech companies are putting us at the cutting edge of the science-based economy. It all sounds larger than life. But the facilities that will house these industries will always be...
The International School of Indiana has publicly launched a capital campaign to establish a unified campus in Indianapolis. As part of the ONE ISI campaign, the school is looking to raise $6.5 million to build a new school building for pre-elementary and elementary students at the site of its middle and high schools. The public launch follows a 10-month silent phase of the campaign, during which ISI raised $5 million from more than two dozen donors. Currently, ISI's operations are...
Three communities in Indiana made the top 100 list of best places to live in the country, but only one made the top 10. Fishers was judged by Money magazine as the third best place to live in the United States, behind Clarksville, Tennessee and Round Rock, Texas.
City and state officials will Wednesday make a jobs announcement in downtown Indianapolis. Few details are available, however the Indiana Economic Development Corp. says leaders from an Indianapolis-based startup will be involved.
Indianapolis-based Dickinson Fleet Services is expanding its truck maintenance reach with the purchase of A1 Diesel Service of Hendersonville, Tennessee. Dickinson says this is its ninth acquisition since 2017 and the third in 2019.
A metal forming startup is seeking to use a facility in Bristol that has been empty since 2017 for a major manufacturing operation. The Elkhart Truth reports Brinco will invest $52 million in the project and add 250 jobs.